I am using h5py running on Windows 10 and want to access files on a network storage. I have encountered unexpected behaviour that I believe resulted from the underlying HDF5 library. After discussing the issue on the h5py issue tracker, it seems that contacting this forum should be the next step. The h5py report can be found at https://github.com/h5py/h5py/issues/1518
When multiple files are created on a network drive and remain open in the same session, the contents of the second file seem to merge into the first and the second file becomes corrupted in the process. This does not happen when
- only one file is open at the same time or
- the files are located on a local hard drive.
I’m sorry that I did not yet have the time to re-build the issue using a lower-level interface directly, but I was able to follow the python error trace down to the library calls.
Is this the correct forum for such a report? If not, can You point me in the right direction?